According to Emirates president Tim Clark, the decision to ban onboard paper will lighten the plane by a tonne.
"It's two kilograms per seat and 500 seats, a worthwhile saving," he says. "We are doing it because of fuel prices and the environment. The printed matter will be replaced by content shown on the aircraft's seatback TVs."
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